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Scottish Southern Electric

Case Study by: COMPETEFOR


SSE is involved in the generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity, in the production, storage, distribution and supply of gas and in other energy services.

The Challenge

SSE recognises that it has a significant role to play in contributing to the economic well-being and sustainable development of the communities it operates within. SSE is therefore committed to achieving the highest levels of engagement with local suppliers and wanted to become the best at engaging with the local and SME communities and be the most ‘Open for Business’ company in the regions in which it operates. In the past they have held open days for local businesses ahead of construction programmes, and have held ‘meet the buyer’ days at some of their sites. The challenge was therefore to design, develop and host a programme of web-based portals and support services to provide small, local businesses with visibility of SSE and SSE Supply Chain opportunities.

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